BlueJeans by Verizon Selected by NREN as Platform of Choice for Blended Learning
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NEW YORK – Verizon Business today announced that BlueJeans by Verizon has been selected as the video conferencing provider of choice by Canada’s National Research and Education Network (NREN), the federation of research and education networks spanning 13 provinces. and territories, and their federal partner, CANARIE.
Faced with the continued limitations of in-person teaching, Canada’s NREN has focused on identifying tools and platforms to simplify the experience for educators and students who are challenged by the new reality of learning, allowing all parties to maximize the potential of remote video. learning. Educational institutions across Canada will now have access to BlueJeans secure video collaboration services and solutions, available in French and English.
BlueJeans by Verizon is a leading secure video conferencing solution and is an integral part of Verizon Business’ Advanced Communications portfolio. It delivers high-fidelity HD audio and video to support any hybrid learning environment and offers a rich set of distance learning features that help eliminate distractions, enhance note-taking abilities, and enhance group discussions. Students and teachers can take advantage of BlueJeans Rooms for classroom learning, BlueJeans Smart Meetings, and BlueJeans Events, which offer smart features including transcription capabilities. Instructors can simultaneously enable remote interactivity via breakout rooms, online polls, and Q&As for students joining the class or online in real time.
“BlueJeans is dedicated to education and making it accessible to everyone, and we are honored to have been selected as the video conferencing platform of choice by Canada’s NREN,” said Chris Lewter, Vice President and General Manager of BlueJeans. by Verizon. “Working with our education partners to ensure their classrooms are set up for success so their students have the best possible interactive and collaborative experiences has been and will continue to be our top priority.”
“Our successful conclusion of a National Video Conferencing Supply Agreement is another significant milestone for the NREN,” said Bala Kathiresan, President and CEO of BCNET and Chair of the NREN Governance Committee. “Based on the outcome, we are delighted to recognize BlueJeans as a video conferencing platform of choice, which will ensure that we provide our students with a secure hybrid and remote learning solution experience.”
Canada’s NREN connects over 750 universities, colleges, CEGEPs, research hospitals, government research labs, school boards, business incubators and accelerators to each other and to data, technology and colleagues around the world.
For more information on how BlueJeans can meet your education and virtual communication needs, visit https://www.bluejeans.com/use-cases/education.